First up out of the ProKick corner was  21 year-old Karl McBlain. The young east Belfast fighter wasted no time in settling down to a technically match, McBlain he sent his opponent to the canvas in under a minute with a barrage of blows and a final big straight right to win the bout by way of TKO in round one. 

ProKick debutant, Alex Ciocoi was pushed to the third round as he opened his account in the fight game with a stoppage win. Ciocoi forced the referee to administer two standing counts and with a final onslaught dropped the Scott for a final time the referee had no option but to wave the match off giving Alex a KO victory in the third round.

ProKick Cruiserweight Peter Rusk was the main event - from the opening round both men stood toe to toe for the first round and slugged it out, Peter with his superior kicks and the Russian with strong looping hand strikes - it was a swinging punch which sent the Newtownards man crashing to the canvas but the marathon-runner was up straight away and finished the round strongly. 

The second round the Russian XXXXX now fighting out of Glasgow had victory in sight and never let-up sending Rusk to the floor for the third and final time. Rusk arose to a standing ovation from the packet audience at the Marriot.

Well done to the ProKick fighters and back-roon staff who travelled to help out in Scotland. Congratulations to Mr Duncan Airlie-James and his Katana team for a professionally run event and the hospitality received by the ProKick team.

The Marriott Hotel, Glasgow was the venue for the K1 and kickboxing fight night promoted by former World Champion Duncan Airlie-James..

The ProKick back-room staff were Kris Hanna and Johnny Smith.